The Provincetown Select Board held a public hearing on Monday, November 6, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. in the Judge Welsh Room at Town Hall, 260 Commercial St., Provincetown, Massachusetts 02657 and then and there took action on the below listed proposals:
Proposal 1: Approved a request by Karen Edlund and Barbara Fortier to remove the parking space at the corner of Montello and Commercial Street to facilitate a full turning radius for delivery trucks and large vehicles turning onto Commercial Street.
Proposal 2: Denied a request by Joel Harms to restrict large vehicle traffic on Atkins Lane by installing a “No Trucks”, Private Lane”, “Residents Only” sign or any other prohibitive signage.
Proposal 3: Denied a request by Brian DeLaurentis and Terry Catalano to remove parking space between 6 and 8 Pearl Street and install two parking spaces at Pearl Street and Bradford Street across from Admirals Landing Inn.
Proposal 4: Partially approved a request by Robert Henrique to prohibit parking on the south side of Nelson Avenue between 38 and 46 Nelson Avenue and install “No Parking this Side” signage in that area.
Proposal 5: Denied a request by Leonard E. Enos Jr. to install “15 Minute Parking” spaces along Lopes Square median.
Proposal 6: Denied a request by Doug Walker to limit traffic on Commercial Street to deliveries, residents and handicapped to create a more pedestrian and bike friendly street.
Proposal 7: Approved a request by the Provincetown Department of Public Works to remove parking spaces 554 and 555 on Winslow Street and install two spaces where parking kiosks were previously.
Proposal 8: Approved a request by the Parking Administrator to amend the Parking Regulations by increasing the fee for Work Permits to $20 and adding new definitions and restrictions as proposed.
Proposal 9: Approved a request by the Parking Administrator to amend the Parking Regulations to eliminate the Camper Lottery in the Jerome Smith Parking Lot.
Proposal 10: Denied a request by the Parking Administrator to extend the paid parking season from May 1 - October 31 to April 1 – October 31.
Proposal 11: Approved a request by the Parking Administrator to amend the Parking Regulations to allow the Senior Resident Parking Permit to expire every 4 years.
Proposal 12: Approved a request by the Parking Administrator to move the three Handicapped Accessible parking spaces in the back southeast side of the Macmillan Peir Lot to the front of the lot.
Posted: Town Hall, www.provincetown-ma.gov, 11/07/2023 11:13 am, EP
Published: Provincetown Independent: November 16, 2023